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Center for Biomedical Engineering and Science-8th Annual Graduate Student Poster Competition

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The Center for Biomedical Engineering and Science is proud to announce the results of the 8th Annual Graduate Student Poster Competition. The competition was very close this year and we want to thank each of you for your participation. Please join me to congratulate the winners of this year’s competition.

Masters Thesis Defense – Chemistry | Mr. Billy Johnson

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Mr. Billy Johnson – Master of Science in Chemistry Candidate Advisor: Dr. Jordan Poler “Synthesis and characterization of novel anion-exchange resin-coated single-walled carbon nanotubes for use in water purification” Abstract: Natural organic matter (NOM) is active in all water sources, and poses a potential health hazard. Modern water treatment methods rely on the use of […]

Summer Chemistry Program Offers Freshman a Leg Up

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Dr. Poler offers a Summer Chemistry Program ( July 31st through August 5 ) that introduces students to the material covered on the first two exams of CHEM1251 and you will take real quizzes and exams to test your preparedness (without the high stakes during the actual semester). Students who take the Summer Intensive Chemistry […]

Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship Competition Academic Year 2016/2017

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The Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship, made possible by the generous support of Dr. Thomas D. Walsh, recognizes outstanding contributions by M.S. candidates to graduate research. Returning graduate students are eligible for this prestigious award after their first year. The Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship supports the winner with a research assistantship and […]

2016/2017 Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellow

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The Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship, made possible by the generous support of Dr. Thomas D. Walsh (link to web page), recognizes outstanding contributions by M.S. candidates to graduate research. Returning graduate students are eligible for this prestigious award after their first year. The Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship supports the winner with […]

Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship Finalists for 2015/2016 Announced

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The Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship, made possible by the generous support of Dr. Thomas D. Walsh, recognizes outstanding contributions by M.S. candidates to graduate research. Returning graduate students are eligible for this prestigious award after their first year. The Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship supports the winner with a research assistantship and […]

Reception for the Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship

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The Department of Chemistry at UNC Charlotte cordially invites you to attend a reception in honor of Dr. Thomas D. Walsh and to recognize the eighth recipient of the Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship. Friday, October 23, 2015 Reception and Award Ceremony 3:45 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. UNC Charlotte College of Health and Human […]

Governor signs bill for proposed bonds

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On Thursday, October 22 Governor Pat McCrory and other honored guests visited UNC Charlotte for a ceremonial signing of a bill that will allow the state to vote on the $2B Connect NC bond package, which includes $90M for UNC Charlotte to construct a new science building that will house the Chemistry Department. The bond […]

2015 Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship Awarded to Billy Johnson

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Billy Johnson earned his B.S. in Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in Fall 2011. He worked as a Chemistry Technician at Gastonia’s Water Treatment Plant before moving on to Special Metals Welding Products Company where he worked in quality assurance. Billy began his graduate studies at UNC-Charlotte Fall 2014. Upon completing […]

Workshop with local high school teachers a huge success!

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​Dr. Michael Walter and Ms. Jessie Enlow (Cox Mill High School teacher) led a polymer semiconductor workshop for 13 local high school science teachers in the Burson building on Monday, October 26. The goal of the workshop was to integrate nanoscale material science experiments into prescribed high school curricula. The program – funded by the […]